thanks to some deft photoshopping by Italian artist Anna Utopia Giordano. Giordano poses the question of what the classic beauties of art history’s past would look like today given the current ideal of feminine beauty
“What would have happened if the aesthetic standard of our society had belonged to the collective unconscious of the great artists of the past?” Artist Anna Utopia Giordanno reimagines classic pieces using Photoshop
Rene Magritte - Le Principe d'incertitude - 1944, 1944.
This artist photoshopped classic nudes to make the women thinner (not stick thin, even) and guess what? They are much more attractive in their original, Rubenesque depictions. And I wouldn't have thought that. Made me look at them, and at myself, in a very different way.